SIOUX CITY, Iowa – The South Dakota State University baseball team returned to action after a 10-day layoff by sweeping a non-conference doubleheader from Dakota State Wednesday afternoon. The Jackrabbits won the opener, 14-7, before finishing off the sweep with an 11-7 victory. In the opener, Dakota State jumped out to a 6-0 lead before the Jackrabbits came back. SDSU held a 17-9 advantage in hits as Al Robbins and Anyelo Marra each tallied three. Daniel Telford was 2-for-3 as he extended his hitting streak to nine games and raised his batting average for the season to .508 (32-of-63). In the nightcap Cody Sharrow was 4-for-4 to lead the Jackrabbits’ nine-hit effort. Kyle Holland and Danny Flahie each had three of the Trojans’ 13 hits. Both games were seven-inning victories for SDSU, which surpassed its win total from a season ago in improving to 19-12 overall. Dakota State dropped to 9-27 overall.
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